Toronto's downtown banks empty out ahead of G20
Wed Jun 23, 2010 5:56pm EDT

By Cameron French and Pav Jordan

TORONTO, June 23 (Reuters) - Business owners, bankers and brokers who normally throng Toronto's busy financial district have made themselves scarce ahead of this weekend's Group of Twenty summit, in the face of a growing police presence and planned protests.

With security worries mounting and traffic disruptions expected to increase, banks are shutting downtown branches and have told many employees to work from home
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